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File:Portrait of a Man by Jan van Eyck-small.jpg


Title Self-portrait
English: Portrait of a Man (Self-portrait?). Inscribed on frame (top): AΛC.IXH.XAN. (bottom): JOHES.DE.EYCK.ME.FECIT.ANO.MO. CCCCO.33O.2I.OCTOBRIS [As I can / Jan van Eyck made me on 21 October 1433]. The National Gallery, London. London only.
Date 1433
Medium oil on panel
Dimensions 26 × 19 cm (10.2 × 7.5 in)
Source/Photographer Selected work 1 from Self Portrait: Renaissance to Contemporary (Anthony Bond, Joanna Woodall, ISBN 978-1855143579).


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